Real Meaning of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita By Tatvdarshi Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj

Spiritual Leader Saint Rampal Ji

Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita: is a section of a massive Indian epic named "The Mahabharata", consisting of a summary of 700 concise verses of 18 brief chapters. Bhagavat, a spiritual teacher who renders knowledge to the devotees of God. The celestial song, Gītam means both a song and an act of chanting.

What is Shrimad Bhagavad Gita & Who Wrote Bhagavad Gita?

A Sanskrit scripture with its Origin - Bhagavad Gita: The Bhagavad Gita was written by Sage Ved Vyasa interweaving historical facts from the Mahabharata with an association of Krishna. The battle of the Mahabharata raged for 18 days. The army totalled 18 Akshauhinis, 7 on the Pandava side and 11 on the Kaurava (1 Akshauhini = 21,870 chariots + 21,870 elephants + 65,610 horses + 109,350 soldiers on foot). Casualties on both sides were high. When it all ended, the Pandavas won the war but lost almost everyone they held dear.

The knowledge given in Holy Shri Shrimad Bhagavad Gita is actually a summary of the Four Vedas (Rig-Veda, Sama-Veda, Yajur-Veda, and Atharva-Veda).

Who said the Knowledge of Holy Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta?

The knowledge of the holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Ji was spoken when the war of Mahabharata was going to take place. Arjuna resisted to take part in the war and thought, 'What good is a kingdom that's gained at the cost of his relative's lives?

Then, why did the war happen? This war cannot be termed as a ‘holy’ crusade because the (distribution of) property of two families was the only matter. As a peace messenger, Shri Krishna had visited three times, but to no avail.

Brahm (Kaal) had pledged that he will never appear before anyone in his real form. [For evidence see Gita, Adhyay 7, Shloka 24 -25; Adhyay 11, Shloka 48 and 32]. Brahm (Kaal), the narrator of the Holy Gita, by entering into Shri Krishan Ji's body like a ghost, is saying, "Arjun, I am an enlarged Kaal and have come here to eat everyone (Gita Adhyay 11 Shlok 32). This is my original appearance, which neither could anybody see before you, nor would anyone be able to see in the future"

  • This means that nobody can see this original form of Brahm / Kaal by the 'Yagya-Jap-Tap' and the method of 'Om' naam etc. mentioned in the Holy Shrimad Shrimad Bhagavad Gita, Adhyay 11 Shlok 48. Brahm / Kaal says, "I am not Krishna; these foolish people are considering the invisible / unmanifested me, as being visible / manifested (in human form) as Krishna because they are unaware of my bad policy that I never appear before anyone in this original Kaal form of mine. I remain hidden by my Yogmaya" (Gita Adhyay 7 Shlok 24, 25). Please think: - Why is Kaal himself calling his policy of remaining hidden as bad / inferior (Anuttam)?
  • The point to consider is that if a father does not even appear before his sons, then there is a fault in him, because of which he remains hidden, and at the same time also provides all the facilities to them. The actual reason is, that Kaal (Brahm) has to daily eat one-lakh human beings because of a curse on him. He has created 84 lakh births / life forms (yoni) to fix the extra 25 percent born daily and to make them bear the punishment for their actions (Karmas).
  • If Brahm starts eating someone's daughter, wife, son, or parent in front of them then everybody will start hating him.
  • Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Chapter 7 conclusion:  Kaviragni (God Kabir) comes himself or sends any messenger (Sandesh Vaahak) of his, then all human beings, by doing true worship (Sat-bhakti) will escape Kaal's trap. Therefore, Brahm keeps everyone in the dark. He also mentions the salvation (Mukti) from his worship as 'the worst' ('Anuttamam') and his policy as 'worst' (Anuttam') in Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita, Adhyay (chapter) 7, Shloka 18, 24 and 25.

What does Holy Bhagavad Gita Teach Us?

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What is the Central Message of "Holy Shri Bhagavad Gita"?


What does Holy Shri Bhagavad Gita Say About God?

In Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita there is a description of three Gods:

  1. Kshar Purush i.e. Brahm,
  2. Akshar Purush i.e. ParBrahm, and
  3. Param Akshar Brahm i.e. Purna Brahm
  • Brahm / Kshar Purush:  is known as Ish, who is the master of only twenty-one Brahmands.
  • ParBrahm / Akshar Purush:  is known as Ishwar, who is the master of seven sankh Brahmands.
  • Purna Brahm / Param Akshar Purush: is known as Parmeshwar, who is the Master of the infinite Brahmands i.e. is the Master of the lineage.

Conclusion of Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Chapter (Adhyay) 18 Shlok 62

In Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Adhyay 18 Mantra 62, Kaal instructs Arjun to go into the refuge of that God, by whose grace he will get completely liberated and will attain Supreme Peace and Eternal Place i.e. Satyalok. Likewise in Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Adhyay 15 Mantra 4, it has been said that after finding a Tatvdarshi Saint, one should do Sadhna (wroship) as directed by him in accordance with the scriptures. It further says that then one should search for that 'Param Pad Parmeshwar' (Supreme State of the Supreme God), having gone where a worshipper never has birth-death i.e. attains eternal salvation.

In the above Gita shlokas, the narrator of Gita, Kaal (Kshar Purush / Brahm) is saying that I am also in the refuge of that same 'Aadi Purush Parmeshwar' (The First Supreme God).

In conclusion, Kaal is instructing Arjuna to go in to the refuge of some other Supreme God.

Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita - Misinterpretation

"The devotee community today is miles away from the true bhakti of God". The reason is as follows:

Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Adhyay (Chapter) 7 Mantra 18 and 24: In the absence of Tatvgyan, the unknowledgeable gurus have misled us in Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Adhyay 7 Mantra 18 and 24 by giving the meaning of 'Anuttamam' as 'Ati Uttam' (very good) and in Adhyay 18 Shlok 66, they have given the meaning of 'Vraj' as 'to come'; whereas the meaning of 'Anuttamam' is 'very bad' and that of 'Vraj' is 'to go'.

Because of their ignorance, the entire devotee community, by doing worship opposite to the scriptures, is wasting the human life (Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Adhyay 16 Mantra 23-24). All the sacred souls of all the holy religions are not familiar with the Tatv Gyan (True Spiritual Knowledge). As a result of this the fake gurus, saints, mahants and rishis are taking advantage of it. When the holy devotee society will become acquainted with the (Tatvgyan) true spiritual knowledge, then these fake saints, gurus and acharyas will not find a place to hide. Satguru Ji says -

Ekae saadhae sab sadhae, sab saadhae sab jaaye ||
Maali seenchae mool ko, fale-foole aghaaye ||

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Venerable God in Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita

In Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Adhyay 18 Shlok 64, it has been said that now again hear the most confidential knowledge of all confidential knowledge, that this very Supreme God (about whom there is a mention in Bhagavad Gita Adhyay 18 Shlok 62) is my definite venerable God i.e. I (Brahm / Kshar Purush) also worship Him. I will say this in your benefit. {Because God Brahm, the giver of the knowledge of Gita, has also given this very information in Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Adhyay 15 Shlok 4, in which he has said that I am in the refuge of that same Aadi Purush Parmeshwar. By doing His Sadhana, one attains Anaadi Moksh / Eternal Salvation (complete liberation)}.

He only, the nurturer and sustainer of all, is the root-like Supreme God of the world-like tree. The part of the tree which is visible immediately above the ground is called trunk. Consider it to be Akshar Purush (ParBrahm). The trunk also receives nutrition from the base (root). Then beyond the trunk there are many branches of the tree, one bigger branch is Brahm (Kshar Purush).

This also receives nutrition from the base (root) i.e. Param Akshar Purush / Purna Brahm. Consider that bigger branch (Kshar Purush / Brahm) to have three Gunas (Rajgun-Brahma, Satgun-Vishnu and Tamgun-Shiv)-like smaller branches. These also obtain nutrition from the root (Param Akshar Purush i.e. Purna Brahm) only.

The other living beings in the form of leaves are dependant on these three smaller branches. They also, in reality, obtain nutrition from the root (Param Akshar Purush i.e. Purna Brahm) only. Therefore it has been proved that Purna Parmatma (Supreme God) only is worthy of being worshipped by everyone. This can also not be said that in supplying the nutrition to the leaves, the trunk, bigger branch and the smaller branches do not have any contribution. Therefore all are respectable, but worshippable is only the base (root). There is a difference between worship and respect.